Most Democrats say they want a contested primary. But two-thirds favor Clinton anyway.
Few 2016 frontrunners will grace the stage, but lots of controversial figures will be there.
A Clinton candidacy in 2016 could polarize men and women far more than in 2012 -- or any other recent election.
Being in Washington is a very bad thing these days.
It's her world. Joe Biden is just living in it.
Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul are going to find out.
Jindal wants to appeal to social conservatives. The problem? They don't know who he is.
The "Is Hillary healthy?" debate is joined in earnest.
The moment she launches a campaign for president, her popularity will probably be gone.